Another busy day here at MYG.
Yes my friends, it has happened again. Tammy is out on vacation and you know what that means??? WE DANCE! Today’s dance is honor of being loud and proud of shoulders. It’s a regular shoulder renaissance here at MYG. If you’re having doubts about shoulders and their right to be out, take a gander at … Continue reading MYG IS BACK!!!
Seriously I love Pinterest. I’m not the most active pinner, but of all the social media tools, Pinterest is the one that most successfully prompts me to action: from kid’s crafts to recipes to hair dos to wardrobe purchasing. I’m not just collecting, I’m doing. Perhaps it’s because for the most part pins serve as … Continue reading pinning on Pinterest perchance?
I’m sure you guys have been on Pintrest before. Maybe you were looking at some wooden spoons dipped in neon lacquer or illustrations of a dog eating a bear, or DIY tutorials teaching you how to make your hair look like a tree house, etc. I’m sure you have also come across INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES! YES! In experimental … Continue reading This week’s inspiration
I’m going to preface this post by saying that, at one point, I thought I had gluten intolerance. I still may. I don’t know. It is an untimely process of elimination after an assault of tests or, more likely, divination. I’ve tried many gluten-free products to bolster a mostly gluten-free food existence. Listen, I’m not doing … Continue reading Orgran Toasted Crispibread
Hmm…sorry to bring a political discussion to our fun and whimsical blog but I really feel this is something that needs to be mentioned. It feels a bit odd to me that we’re actually having a presidential election this year. There just hasn’t been, in my opinion, really anything to get the American people excited … Continue reading 90 Days, 90 Reasons
I CANNOT STOP THINKING ABOUT THIS.
Urban rebounding. “Are you serious?” was my thought when Jessie (best friend) suggested we take this group exercise class together. We’ve been at it for the past ten months, but stepping onto that dangerous plane of synthetic black took a medium amount of arm-pulling. It had something to do with the last time I was … Continue reading Urban Rebounding: An Essay